Candlewood Suites Cheyenne
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Sunday, August 24, 2014
Well, this morning we had to say goodbye and head on our way. Although we have no timetable to live by, we do have the weather to consider and if we don't head on we will not make it to the Canadian Maritime provinces before it gets too cold and everything closes. We thanked our wonderful hosts after ...
... the Titanic on her fateful 1912 sailing to New York. While the ship was sinking, she started organizing people's departure in the rescue boats, until two determined sailors put her aboard one. She survived the ordeal and lived the rest of her life in this charming Victorian house in Denver. Afterwards Gina and I went to visit the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. The Planetarium featured a movie on black holes which we saw - ...
Day 36 and what a difference a day makes in terms of the weather. We were still in shorts and sandals as we cruised into Sidney, NE, which by the way is the world headquarters for Cabella's. Next stop - Cheyenne, the capital of Wyoming.
On the way we stopped in Pine Bluffs to see the Our Lady of Peace shrine and a miniature train made out of wood, that was right next to the railroad tracks ...
... in LA on this very same day, some woman pepper sprayed a crowd so they wouldn't get near the stuff she wanted to buy.
Ludicrous. Dangerous. Ill-Conceived.
Very funny to watch in a car park.
There were very few people patronising the WalMart at 6pm, then suddenly more and more and more until eventually we had to give up our spot for the night and relocate to place next door, Sam's Club, which had remained wisely closed.
Well today we left the Jackson Area, sadly.
Our next stop is Cheyenne,WY. It took us about 9 hours and 480 miles to reach it and we are still in the same state!!! We could have driven to upstate Maine or past Washington D.C. by now if we were on the east coast. The speed limit is 75mph and 65 in construction zones and I still saw someone get pulled over.The days are long here and it ...